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Dec 27, 2013 4:00am PST
around this woman, 25-year-old kayla kinker who at a young age was faced with struggles many of us can't comprehend. >> we would go sometimes extended periods of time without basic utilities like gas and electric or even water. >> reporter: kinker grew up in northern kentucky with her mother living in an environment she calls unstable, sometimes not knowing where she'd even sleep that night or where her next meal was coming from, but during the summer before her senior year of high school -- >> when it became like too much to handle, there was a counselor at my high school who said let me just make one call for you. >> reporter: that call was to the welcome house, a homeless shelter for women and children located in covington, kentucky, where kinker would spend her senior year, and it was there that her case manager helped her move onto the next step, college. >> i went to berea college, which is an incredible institution, specifically for students who come from low income. they provide full tuition for anyone who's smart enough to get accepted or smart enough to apply. >> kinker met h
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